Rose Lavelle he scored on both sides of the break to take the lead United States‘ 5-0 demolition work New Zealand in a women’s soccer match on Saturday.
At the iconic Eden Park in Auckland, USA after a 4-0 win on Wednesday, he struck again this summer FIFA Women’s World Cup co-hosts.
Again, it was all in the US from start to finish as New Zealand failed to fire a single shot against the two-time defending world champions.
Ashley Hatch the first draw in the 22nd minute, scoring at half-time before Lavelle scored on the first afternoon with six minutes to spare.
Mallory Swanson, who had their own pair on Wednesday, took a 3-0 lead for the visitors in the 53rd minute. Lavelle scored again in the 74th minute with a substitute Taylor Kornieck nodding to complete the scoring.
Eden Park will host the Women’s World Cup from July 20-August 20, jointly hosted by New Zealand and Australia.
The Ferns set an attendance record for the second consecutive match, attracting 12,721 spectators.
The United States qualified for the World Cup by reaching the semi-finals CONCACAF W Championship, through which they also booked their place at ul Olympic Games Paris 2024 winning the tournament.
Megan Rapinoe was not a part Vlatko Andonowskitraveling party due to an ankle injury.